"New tools for an emerging class of app developers, who will create the B-school policies that drive SOAs, promise to help orgs mediate services and monitor their networks."
Online service providers such as eBay, Amazon,
Google and Yahoo have recognized the bottomline
value third-party app developers can bring
to their platforms.
The Dictionary Dudes Miss the Boat
Applying pizza flyer "aesthetics" (with more than a hint of irony) to UI design
What do novelty, ego, fashion and ideology have in common? Answer: They're all causes of irrational technology selection!
New book strengthens the Head First series
Elephants, tightropes and Ajax
Emotional software design
Hint: Make your software likeable!
Capturing the qualities of a UML training course in book form
As the use of e-mail and instant messaging for business communications has grown, so too has
another problem: storing and managing that content.
Many of the problem-solving techniques such as adaptive learning and rule-based inferencing that power artificial intelligences and expert systems have gone mainstream.
Regular readers of Application Development Trends know we cover more of the application scene than development, despite the name. We regularly run articles on apps management, integration, innovation and more. That’s why, starting with next month’s issue, we’ll be operating under a new moniker: Application Trends. We’ll show off our new logo and tell you all about the name change in the January issue.
For many programmers,
Rational Unified Process conjures up images of suits dashing around carrying three-ring binders bulging with forms, templates and checklists.